get it zoe

“Only you would put your own initial on there.”

“But it was the three of us. It doesn’t make sense without me.”

“So you’re really getting that tattooed there. You sure you want that? Now?”

“Yeah, I dunno. It happened. It left a mark on me anyway, on like… my heart. I want it written on my skin, too.”

“Plus it will be dead sexy, right?”

rescue-novalis  asked:

Hmm? Honestly I don't know what to say, but hey, don't put yourself down just because I don't send you stuff in your ask! Friendship isn't measured by how many messages I sent to you... sometimes you just have to trust your friend here that I still consider you as a friend.


And… *sigh* I know… Sorry for sending you that ask, it’s just it makes me down because everytime I give myself time. I feel almost everyone takes my spotlight and get all the attention to you to theirs….and uggghhh I hate my insecurities…I get jealous because Zoe made a comic and you liked it alot…… Unlike me which is complete crap

Again, sorry for shouting I guess? And I understand what you mean


If I’m developing a project as a producer it is my responsibility to give it to a female director or make sure I get relationships with female writers because  there are loads of them out there, they’re just not being given the opportunity to do what they want to do, or being given the money to do what they want to do.

Gemma Arterton

Gemma Arterton directed by women by filmography:

It’s Getting Late dir. Massy Tadjedin (2012)
The Voices dir. Marjane Satrapi (2014)
Gemma Bovary dir. Anne Fontaine (2014)
Their Finest dir. Lone Scherfig (2016)
My Zoe dir. Julie Delpy (2018)
Vita & Virginia dir. Chanya Button (2018)